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Elemental Wooden Tray

Rs.975.00

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Our basic wooden tray has been handcrafted in beechwood. It is an everyday essential, great for gifting too. It can be used as a centerpiece organizer for metal trinkets & little figurines.

Delivered in 6-7 business days.

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About the Product

Our basic wooden tray has been handcrafted in beechwood. It is an everyday essential, great for gifting too. It can be used as a centerpiece organizer for metal trinkets & little figurines.

Delivered in 6-7 business days.

About the Maker

Rashmi Ranade is the Founder and Lead Designer at Coppre. Alumni of Sir J. J. College of Architecture, Rashmi further specialized in Product Design from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Mumbai. Over the past 20 years, she has spearheaded Product Design, Planning, Brand Positioning and Graphic Design.

Team Coppre believes that objects that are crafted by hand embody a unique identity. And convey a special sense of purpose. We look at objects from yesteryears and marvel at the craftsmanship. It never ceases to amaze us how every utilitarian object had an element of ornamentation. And vice versa.

So many handcrafting traditions have ceased to be. It matters to us that artisans have been relegated. And that our heritage has been compromised. We think there's work to be done.

Tambat Ali is a small settlement of metalworking artisans. These artisans migrated to Pune in the 17th century under the royal patronage of the Peshwas. Over 800 of them. They beat on copper and made artillery, royal seals, utensils and more. For more than three centuries.

Then one day the British regime replaced the Peshwas. Then came steel and plastic. And the artisans dwindled in numbers and faded into obscurity. A few artisans still practice a living heritage. Only about 80 of them. Not knowing what to do with this craft.

That's why we started Coppre. To reconstitute and revive. And to breathe new life into our heritage.

Because this is what we do best - design - craft - propagate.

So yes, the spotlight will be back.

On our artisans, our craft, and our heritage.

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Shipping Cost (in Rs.) 0
Standard Delivery Delivered in 6-7 business days.
Material Beechwood
Size 9.0'' x 9.0'' x 1.1'' ht

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